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I guess you're using XP. From the Start Menu, click on Printers. Is your primary printer marked with a check mark indicating it is the default Printer?

If not, click on your Printer and then click on 'set as default'. Reboot your machine. Kodak should find your printer now.

Let us know if this fixes your problem or not. If not, we'll take you through the next step in trouble shooting. OK?

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Posted on May 24, 2008

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